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JOHN GERRARD'S Mirror Pavilion, the key artwork of the Galway International Arts Festival 2020, is now on display at the 2021 Gwangju Biennale in South Korea, one of Asia’s leading visual arts events.
Baboró International Arts Festival for Children, Druid, and the Galway International Arts Festival have been shortlisted for the prestigious Business to Arts Awards.
We may have entered the second month of 2021, but the continuing Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown makes it seem like an extension of last year. Yet, in the words of Galway city arts officer, James Harrold, "we will be in ‘play’ mode again and the deferred pleasures of 2020 will be back in our calendars".
John Gerrard’s stunning outdoor art installation, Mirror Pavilion, Corn Work, a centrepiece of Galway International Arts Festival’s Autumn Edition and a significant event in the Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture programme, which was due to be unveiled in Connemara this month will not make its appearance until next March.
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There is still time to enjoy the final days of Galway International Arts Festival’s Autumn Edition programme, which has been running in Galway city since the start of September. but which will come to a close this Saturday 26 September.
Irish aerosol drug delivery firm Aerogen has announced its support for Galway International Arts Festival’s Galway 2020 project, John Gerrard’s Mirror Pavilion structure, which can currently be seen on Claddagh Quay.
Flogas has announced a three-year energy sponsorship of the Galway International Arts Festival. The company is currently providing green electricity from Irish renewable sources to power the Mirror Pavilion installation.
COVID-19 may have rendered Galway's summer festival season inert, but the city and its festivals are too resilient to be kept down forever, so for the first time in its 43 year history, the arts festival moves to the autumn.
From next month until March 2021, more than 350 artists from Galway, and across Ireland, will take part in a seven month, reimagined, Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture programme.